We don’t want to underestimate the utility of establishing a bounded relationship with the warrior’s ethos; attempting to live with at least some nobility in relation to the virtues while aiming at the highest ideal.
There is nothing about it that is trivial or weak. It orients us towards some aim. It takes courage and discipline, which strengthens us and its exactly what we need when facing Ginnungagap: the chaos, darkness, uncertainty, frontier of the utangard in life.
It is this acceptance of facing the unknown and challenges -learning and thus bringing innangard (order) – that defines our warrior’s path.